Prosecutors could pursue charges in violent brawl between family members at Disneyland


"In Orange County, the Anaheim Police Department hosts the Orange County Family Justice Center, a co-located facility with police detectives, prosecutors, victim advocates, and non-profit groups who serve domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and sexual assault victims and survivors", Anaheim Police said in a post about the incident on Facebook.

Even the most enjoyable day out with friends and family can descend into bickering, but surely Disneyland - the Happiest Place on Earth:tm: - would be the ideal setting to dispel lingering tensions. There was an all-out brawl between members of a family.

A feuding family modified into as soon as escorted from Disneyland on Saturday after entering into a violent brawl in the Toontown share of the park.

The man in the red shirt then begins pulling on the hair of the woman in the white shirt. He detailed that he and three other men subdued the man in the red shirt and even caused him to lose consciousness.

Both men again have at each other but are pulled apart by two male bystanders.

Children can be heard crying and screaming in the background as other park-goers hurry past the fighting. As the two fight they push the elderly woman who was sitting in a motor chair earlier to the ground. He shouts, "I'm going to jail tonight!" and struts around, before then turning on a third woman - who was previously on his side, I think, though it's awfully hard to tell by this stage - and punching her repeatedly.

Before the fight was broken up, the video shows how the man punched the woman while she was down.

The distributing video shows a woman apparently spit in her brother's face.

A woman riding a motorised scooter is knocked down as she tries to stop the stop the fight.

As to whether he would intervene again, Blair stated, "Without a doubt I would do it again".

Pink shirt man comes back and starts slapping the white-shirted woman in the face, leaving her flat out on the floor.

In a statement to ABC 7 Los Angeles, a Disneyland spokesperson said, "Any type of violence is inexcusable and will not be tolerated". The persons involved in the fight were immediately removed from the park, said Liz Jaeger, a spokeswoman for Disneyland Resort.